Haiti Home of Hope (HHH) is an orphan ministry in Pignon, Haiti, founded by Red Bridge Baptist Church. Pignon is a small, peaceful village located in the mountains of the N. Central Plateau of Haiti. In January of 2003, RBBC commissioned church members Bill and Jennifer Campbell with their son Jesse to the property donated by missionary Webb Chenault. Over a decade later, God has provided the grace and funds to care for over 40 orphans, all of whom now have a home with shelter, clothes, three nutritious meals a day, an education, medical help, and lots of love.
The ministry sits on 4 acres with an 8 acre garden in back, room enough for a playground, library, boys and girls dormitories – even a small soccer field. The ministry also supports other infants and children in the surrounding community through the infants’ Milk Clinic and the childrens’ Feeding Center. These outreaches focus on infants and children out in the community that are also in need of nutrition. HHH also provides numerous jobs for the community, making it one of the largest employers in Pignon.
The purpose of the ministry of HHH is to raise and nurture these children at Haiti Home of Home until they can step out and be productive Haitian citizens. As they step out into the community, we pray that the things they have learned while at HHH as well as the things they have learned from the Lord will guide them to help the people of Haiti to make the right decisions to turn the country from an impoverished country into a productive one.
For further information about the Haiti Home of Hope ministry as well as a current update of the ministry, please visit the Haiti Home of Hope website.